How stress to extend income and uneven authorities help are widening the divide between wealthy and poor hospitals, endangering take care of low-income populations. With NPR and the Investigative Reporting Workshop.
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COVID has put a highlight on disparities in American healthcare and the big city hospitals hit laborious by the pandemic. However many of those “security web” hospitals, whose main mission is to serve low-income, working-class communities, have been in disaster for years.
From FRONTLINE producers Rick Younger, Emma Schwartz & Fritz Kramer and NPR correspondent Laura Sullivan, “The Healthcare Divide” explores the rising inequities in American healthcare uncovered by COVID-19 — and their penalties.
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